Inle Lake wildlife sanctuary is a wetland sanctuary located in Southern Shan State and designated as ASEAN Heritage Park in 2013. This sanctuary is to conserve and protect natural vegetation, wetland birds and freshwater fishes in Inle Lake wildlife sanctuary.  

Indawgyi Lake is one of the largest inland lakes in Southeast Asia. It is located in Mohnyin Township in the Kachin State of Myanmar. The lake measures 13 kilometres east to west, and 24 kilometres north to south. There are over 20 villages around the lake.

Lampi Marine National Park Lampi Island is the largest and most famous island in this region. Located in the Southern half of the archipelago, this island is shaped like a giant horseshoe. It was established as Myanmar’s first Marine National Park in 1995 and hosts an unbelievable variety of flora and fauna. It was declared as an ASEAN Heritage Park in 2003.

Natmataung National Park (formerly Mount Victoria), ASEAN Heritage Park is a sky island where the flora and fauna at its upper elevations are dramatically different. It is the highest mountain in Chin Hills with the height of over 3,053 m. The Natma Taung National Park, 478 sq km wide, was established 1994. It is also where hundreds of species of flowers, plants, insects, birds, animals live and prohibited illicit hunting.

Kyaikhtiyoe Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Mon State. It was launched as a wildlife sanctuary in 2001. The Kyaikhtiyoe Pagoda, also known as the golden rock is sitting right on the top of the Kyaikhtiyo Mountain.

Mount Popa is an extinct volcano 1518 metres above sea level, and located in central Myanmar in the region of Mandalay about 50 km southeast of Bagan in the Pegu Range. It can be seen from the Ayeyarwady River as far away as 60 km in clear weather.